Fave Tearjerker Reads

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“No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader.” ― Robert Frost


I am admittedly
a dark-writer.
Scribbler of
tragic incidents,
composer of
painful heartaches,
killer of
several lives.

It is then
I realized,
that the books
I loved,
are those which
make me cry,
and those
which dried up
my heart and eyes.


So here are my Five-Star Favorite Tearjerkers of all Time

1. Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks

Message in a Bottle

2. Me Before You (Me Before You, #1) by Jojo Moyes 

Me Before You (Me Before You, #1)

3. If I Stay (If I Stay, #1) by Gayle Forman

If I Stay (If I Stay, #1)

4. Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult

Leaving Time

5. The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

The Lovely Bones

6. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

The Book Thief

7. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

All the Light We Cannot See

8. The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom

The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto

9. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

The Kite Runner

10. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

All the Bright Places

Photo credit: Goodreads


In response to The Broke and the Bookish‘s Top Ten Tuesday today:

March 22: Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven’t Talked About Enough/In A While

P.S. What are your top tearjerker reads? Or maybe your fave reads recently?

Tell me? 😀

~

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31 thoughts on “Fave Tearjerker Reads

  1. I barely EVEr cry in books…but omg, All the Bright Places brought me pretty darn close. My insides were BREAKING. AHHHHH. ❤ I adore that book so much but adfjkald no words no WORDSSSSS. *shrieks* Ahem. I also really did cry for Perks of Being a Wallflower. I love Charlie so much. And The Book Thief…never going to recover from that. *sobs*
    Here’s my TTT!

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  2. Katherine Paterson writes for children and young adults. Her stories are often moving. A Bridge to Terebithia and Jacob I Have Lord might have brought me to tears on first reading. That was a while ago, and I’ve used these in class and dealt with the responses of learners. Where the Red Fern Grows is also sad, as is Shiloh. (These are not by Paterson.) Warning–don’t read if sadness is not desired. All have wise resolutions, though.

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